Curriculum Vitae

Miroslav Kubát
  • since 2015 assistant professor (odborný asistent) at the Department of Czech Language, Faculty of Arts, University of Ostrava, Ostrava
  • 2015 – doctor’s degree (Ph.D.) in General Linguistics and Theory of Communication, Faculty of Arts, Palacký University Olomouc
  • 2012 – master’s degree (Mgr.) in Czech Philology, Faculty of Arts, Palacký University Olomouc
  • 2010 – bachelor’s degree (Bc.) in Czech Philology, Faculty of Arts, Palacký University Olomouc
Stays abroad
  • University of Padova, Italy (2017)
  • Beijing Chinese Language and Culture College, China (2017)
  • Comenius University Bratislava, Slovakia (2016)
  • National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece (2013)
  • University of Trier, Germany (2013)
Research Grants
  • Semantic analysis based on Neural Networks approaches, SGS07/UVAFM/2019, University of Ostrava (2019), team leader
  • Analysis of Context Specificity of Lemma using Neural Networks, SGS01/UVAFM/2018, University of Ostrava (2018), team leader
  • Application of Neural Networks in Diachronic and Synchronic Semantic Analysis of Texts, SGS02/UVAFM/2017 University of Ostrava (2017), team member
  • Implementation of new methods for the teaching of quantitative linguistic subjects at University of Ostrava, IRP201707 Universtity of Ostrava (2017), team leader
  • QUITA (Quantitative Index Text Analyzer) – Software Measuring Vocabulary Richness and Other Quantitative Features of Texts, IGA FF_2013_031, Palacký Univesity Olomouc (2013), team member
  • Empirical research methods in linguistic
  • Linguistics - introductory course
  • Language corpora in practice
  • Linguistic approaches to literary text
  • Stylistics and theory of text
  • Editing, typography and graphics
  • Media literacy
  • Academic writing
  • Czech for Foreigners
  • Presenting skills seminar
  • Discourse & Society
  • Corpus Linguistics and Linguistic Theory
  • Digital Scholarship in the Humanities
  • Glottometrics
  • Naše řeč


  • IQLA - International Quantitative Linguistics Association